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    Chronoworking is a trend where employees adjust their work schedule to align with their productivity. The only problem? It’s not new.
  • Organization Structure for Learning & Development

    There is no one best model for a learning and development function, but there is a best model for your organization.
  • DIY Onboarding: Your Checklist

    There are plenty of articles, including ours, on how organizations can improve employee onboarding. But how can you create a great transition for yourself?
  • Layoffs 2023: Caring for the Survivors

    If you’ve had to lay off employees, how does an organization rebuild trust, maintain morale, and ensure the productivity you need to survive? Here's our take.
  • Process Design: 3 Myths

    Process design has a lot of benefits, like efficiency, speed, and cost savings. But do you understand the implications? Consider these 3 process design myths before you get started.
  • What Not To Do When You Have a New CEO

    Let’s say you’re a C-suite executive and a new CEO is on the way. You feel nervous—is your job in danger? In our opinion, yes, but here's how to manage the change.
  • Training On the Unthinkable

    Effective learning experiences are realistic and repetitive, preparing well-chosen people to create the new habits they need to perform. We have trouble imagining that training teachers to use guns will meet those criteria.
  • Change Under Pressure

    Studies show individuals change their behavior when the perceived cons of changing are less than perceived cons of staying the same.
  • 4 Secret Thoughts of New Hires

  • Your Change Program Can Bring Home the Gold

    We don’t think an organizational change project can touch the level of enjoyment we get from a vacation or watching the Olympics. But could we at least try?